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The Manila Major 2016

  • Prize pool $3,000,000
  • Start date Apr 29, 2016
  • End date Jun 13, 2016

Prize pool - $3,000,000 USD

1. $1,110,000 USD 5-6. $202,500 USD
2. $405,000 USD 7-8. $105,000 USD
3. $315,000 USD 9-12. $45,000 USD
4. $255,000 USD 13-16. $30,000 USD

Structure

Participating teams

  OG   Team Liquid
  Newbee   LGD Gaming
Southeast Asia MVP Phoenix CIS Natus Vincere
North America Evil Geniuses   Wings Gaming
  Team Secret   TNC Pro Team
North America Digital Chaos   Alliance
  Vici Gaming Reborn Southeast Asia Fnatic
North America compLexity Gaming Southeast Asia Mineski.Sports5

Main event

Group stage
  • Four groups of four teams
  • Double-elimination format with matches played in a best-of-three.
  • Top two teams in each group advance to the upper bracket of the Main Event.
  • Bottom two teams in each group advance to the lower bracket of the Main Event.
  • Status: Completed
Playoffs
  • eams are seeded into a double-elimination bracket after the Group Stage.
  • Eight teams begin in the upper bracket, eight in the lower bracket.
  • The first round matches of the Lower Bracket are best-of-one elimination.
  • All other games are Best-of-Three with best-of-five grand finals.
  • Status: Completed

Location: Manila,Philippines  

Regional qualifiers

Americas
  • Four teams compete in a double-elimination bracket.
  • All matches are played best-of-three. Grand Final is best-of-five.
  • The winning team qualifies for the Manila Major.
China
  • Four teams compete in a double-elimination bracket.
  • All matches are played best-of-three. Grand Final is best-of-five.
  • The winning team qualifies for the Manila Major.
Europe
  • Four teams compete in a double-elimination bracket.
  • All matches are played best-of-three. Grand Final is best-of-five.
  • The winning team qualifies for the Manila Major.
Southeast Asia
  • Four teams compete in a double-elimination bracket.
  • All matches are played best-of-three. Grand Final is best-of-five.
  • The winning team qualifies for the Manila Major.

Open Qualifiers

Americas
  • Matches from the Round of 1024 to the Quarterfinals are played in best-of-one
  • Semifinals and Finals are played in best-of-three
  • Top team of each qualifier advance to their respective regional Main Qualifier
China
  • Matches from the Round of 1024 to the Quarterfinals are played in best-of-one
  • Semifinals and Finals are played in best-of-three
  • Top team of each qualifier advance to their respective regional Main Qualifier
Europe
  • Matches from the Round of 1024 to the Quarterfinals are played in best-of-one
  • Semifinals and Finals are played in best-of-three
  • Top team of each qualifier advance to their respective regional Main Qualifier
Southeast Asia
  • Matches from the Round of 1024 to the Quarterfinals are played in best-of-one
  • Semifinals and Finals are played in best-of-three
  • Top team of each qualifier advance to their respective regional Main Qualifier

Tournaments

The Manila Major 2016

May 30, 2016
Main Event - Main Event
Group A - Group Stage
Group B - Group Stage
Group C - Group Stage
Group D - Group Stage

The Manila Major 2016 - Qualifiers

Apr 30, 2016
America - Playoffs
China - Playoffs
Europe - Playoffs
SEA - Playoffs
China - Group A - Tiebreakers
Europe - Group B - Tiebreakers
Group A - SEA
Group B - SEA
Group A - Europe
Group B - Europe
Group A - America
Group B - America
Group A - China
Group B - China
America 2 - Open Qualifiers
China 2 - Open Qualifiers
Europe 2 - Open Qualifiers
SEA 2 - Open Qualifiers
America 1 - Open Qualifiers
China 1 - Open Qualifiers
Europe 1 - Open Qualifiers
SEA 1 - Open Qualifiers

News & Features

Manila Major: The chemistry exam

Manila Major: The chemistry exam

A full circle was completed last weekend with the third Major grand finals, and the end of a year that changed everything the Dota 2 community was used to.

Dota 2 GosuGamers
OG the first team ever to win two Majors

OG the first team ever to win two Majors

“Friendship conquers all” said Tal 'Fly' Aizik during the grand finals winner interview, and he is quite right looking at the two teams that reached the last stage of the Manila Major.

Dota 2 GosuGamers
Fnatic end their Manila Major adventure

Fnatic end their Manila Major adventure

Although Team Liquid had to play two best-of-three series on the fourth day of Manila Major playoffs, that didn’t stop them mopping the floor with both of their adversaries.

Dota 2 GosuGamers
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